The What’s Next: Preparing to Meet FSMA 204 Requirements—Tools and Resources On-Demand
Recorded On: 08/23/2023
Sharing standardized data is critical, not only to meet U.S. FDA requirements but to also help enable the traceability and interoperability needed to do business efficiently with trading partners. In this session, hear about the tools and resources created by industry members, GS1 US, and FMI to support organizations as they work toward the regulatory requirements defined for January 20, 2026. Additionally, both FMI and GS1 US will be asking for the industry to identify and prioritize gaps in guidance and educational offerings the community needs.
View this digital seminar to hear what is available for use, and share your thoughts and insights on what is still essential to support industry in meeting the January 2026 deadline. Join Hilary Thesmar, Chief Science Officer, FMI, and Liz Sertl, Senior Director, Community Engagement, GS1 US, as they highlight industry tools and guidance available for use today as well as collect your thoughts and suggestions on additional resources desired to support your organization’s efforts in implementing enhanced traceability processes.
Dr. Hilary Thesmar, PhD, RD, CFS
Chief Food and Product Safety Officer & Senior Vice President, Food Safety Programs
FMI-The Food Industry Association
Senior Director, Community Engagment
Liz Sertl is Sr. Director, Community Engagement, at GS1 US, the not-for-profit information standards organization, and has more than 20 years of experience in the CPG industry. Working closely with supply chain partners in the retail grocery and foodservice industries, Liz facilitates collaboration best practices and guidelines that help companies improve product traceability and supply chain visibility through the adoption of GS1 Standards.